Thousands of adorable sheep caught on video in a 'lampede'

Thousands of Adorable Sheep Caught on Video in a "Lampede"


A woman catches thousands of sheep on video as they run alongside a road in New Zealand!

A Canadian woman posted this gem on Facebook, calling it her "favorite video [she's] ever filmed!" What looks like thousands of adorable sheep taking route on a road and throughout the hills of New Zealand.

Giggling throughout the entire video, she points out just how far back they're being herded and shows just how close her encounters with the four-legged clouds are.
LAMB-PEDE!!!

My favourite video I've ever filmed!! I think? Magic moment for me. Make sure you can have the volume on as that's half the fun :)

Posted by Emmeline Holly Allen on Sunday, January 24, 2016

The woman captured the magic moment, laughing while taking her position on the road quiet seriously."I mean I don't dare move. I would never hit a lamb."

The never-ending group of sheep finally does come to a close as a vehicle struggles to wrangle up the caboose of the group.

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Thousands of adorable sheep caught on video in a 'lampede'
MADRID, SPAIN - OCTOBER 25: Sheep are mustered through the Spanish capital to promote the conservation of the ancient paths of migration (moving flocks from winter to summer pastures) dating back some 8,000 years on October 25, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. Two thousand sheep and shepherds passed through the city centre today to mark the annual livestock migration festival which has taken place in the Spanish capital since 1994. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)
MADRID, SPAIN - OCTOBER 25: A man from the village of Astorga plays the percussion instrument called Las Castanets while sheep are mustered through the Spanish capital to promote the conservation of the ancient paths of migration (moving flocks from winter to summer pastures) dating back some 8,000 years on October 25, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. Two thousand sheep passed through the city centre joined by shepherds, marking the annual livestock migration festival which has taken place in the Spanish capital since 1994. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)
MADRID, SPAIN - OCTOBER 25: A kid looks at sheep during 'Trashumancia Madrid 2015' at city center in Madrid, Spain on October 25, 2015. (Photo by Burak Akbulut/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
MADRID, SPAIN - OCTOBER 25: Sheep are mustered past a McDonalds fast food outlet in the Spanish capital to promote the conservation of the ancient paths of migration (moving flocks from winter to summer pastures) dating back some 8,000 years on October 25, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. Two thousand sheep and shepherds passed through the city centre today to mark the annual livestock migration festival which has taken place in the Spanish capital since 1994. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)
MADRID, SPAIN - OCTOBER 25: A man from the village of Fuentepellayo near Segovia plays the percussion instrument called Las Castanets while sheep are mustered through the Spanish capital to promote the conservation of the ancient paths of migration (moving flocks from winter to summer pastures) dating back some 8,000 years on October 25, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. Two thousand sheep passed through the city centre joined by shepherds, marking the annual livestock migration festival which has taken place in the Spanish capital since 1994. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)
MADRID, SPAIN - OCTOBER 25: Sheep are mustered through the Spanish capital to promote the conservation of the ancient paths of migration (moving flocks from winter to summer pastures) dating back some 8,000 years on October 25, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. Two thousand sheep passed through the city centre joined by shepherds, marking the annual livestock migration festival which has taken place in the Spanish capital since 1994. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)
MADRID, SPAIN - OCTOBER 25: Sheep are mustered through the Spanish capital to promote the conservation of the ancient paths of migration (moving flocks from winter to summer pastures) dating back some 8,000 years on October 25, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. Two thousand sheep and shepherds passed through the city centre today to mark the annual livestock migration festival which has taken place in the Spanish capital since 1994. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)
MADRID, SPAIN - OCTOBER 25: A musician from the village of Astorga plays the flute while sheep are mustered through the Spanish capital to promote the conservation of the ancient paths of migration (moving flocks from winter to summer pastures) dating back some 8,000 years on October 25, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. Two thousand sheep passed through the city centre joined by shepherds, marking the annual livestock migration festival which has taken place in the Spanish capital since 1994. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)
Sheep are led past a ham shop in Madrid on October 25, 2015. Shepherds leading about 2000 sheep arrived to the capital, called by Transhumance and Nature association, to promote the conservation of the ancient paths of transhumance (moving flocks from winter to summer pastures) dating back some 8000 years. AFP PHOTO / GERARD JULIEN (Photo credit should read GERARD JULIEN/AFP/Getty Images)
MADRID, SPAIN - OCTOBER 25: Sheep are mustered past the Town Hall in the Spanish capital to promote the conservation of the ancient paths of migration (moving flocks from winter to summer pastures) dating back some 8,000 years on October 25, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. Two thousand sheep and shepherds passed through the city centre today to mark the annual livestock migration festival which has taken place in the Spanish capital since 1994. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)
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